ArchVision RPC License Plans: Which One is Right for My Firm?
June 23, 2011 Leave a comment
Lately I’ve received a lot of questions about the differences between the ArchVision Software License and the RPC All Access Ultimate License. I wanted to take a moment and try to elaborate on the two of these.
We’ve streamlined our product line and now offer two annual license plans. The ArchVision Software License is designed for customers who prefer to purchase RPC Content separately and / or create their own RPC Content and only require an RPC Plug-in for their application. The RPC All Access Ultimate License is designed for users who want on-demand access to every RPC Plug-in (3ds Max, Photoshop, AutoCAD, etc) and RPC People, Tree, Vehicle and Object we offer.
What do I need to start using RPC Content in my projects?
I already own RPC Content
You need a licensed RPC Plug-in(s). ArchVision RPC Content requires a licensed RPC Plug-in (versioned) or enabled licensed application to place and render RPC Content. Many users prefer to purchase RPC Collections for specific projects and / or create their own custom RPC Content using ArchVision’s Creator Software — those users need only purchase the ArchVision Software License (single seat) which includes RPC Plug-ins for 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design and Photoshop and does not include RPC Content.
I need RPC Content and RPC Plug-ins
The RPC All Access Ultimate License includes every RPC Plug-in and RPC Content object we create — and is a floating license. This is the “everything-you-need” package. Sold for $499 per year. If you purchased this separately, it would be well over $25,000 in RPC Content and Plug-ins.
I hope this quick overview helps you decide which license plan is right for you. No matter which plan you select, you will need to download and install your RPC Plug-ins using ArchVision Dashboard (RPC All Access Ultimate users get their RPC Content here too).
Here’s a 2 minute ArchVision Dashboard usage video to help you further: